Improv & Comedy

Gibberish Circle

All players form a circle. One of them steps into the center and explains through some gestures something in gibberish. After the player has returned to the circle, the neighbor steps into the middle and, using the same gestures, translates what the first player had said.

Everybody should play gibberish and the translator at least once.


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updated: 2014-01-19 by Guido Boyke

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